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Lauren Ashby, 15, from Horsham, has achieved her dream of competing at Crufts and will be taking part in three different events this weekend with a dog that has helped her through her cancer treatment.
Eight young people, aged 18-24, from Northern Ireland, who have all been affected by cancer, have joined forces to produce their very own play telling their experiences, entitled ‘Beyond the Label’.
Alesha Dixon and some of UK’s best-selling authors back ‘novel’ idea to raise money for children with cancer
Popular authors and famous faces are offering bookworms signed books and an exclusive opportunity to have a character named after them in their next book, to raise money for children and young people with cancer.
A trio of talented teenagers have helped design a bag to raise funds for CLIC Sargent, the charity that supported them through their cancer treatment.
Young people who have been affected by cancer across the UK showcased their experiences through artwork in three special exhibitions with CLIC Sargent.
Families who are hit by a wave of extra costs when their child’s cancer comes back are to get extra financial help, thanks to Morrisons and CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading charity for young cancer patients and their families.
CLIC Sargent social care staff spending a quarter of their time working with young cancer patients who have relapsed
A new report from CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children, young people and families, has revealed that a quarter of its social care staff’s workload is spent working with young cancer patients who have relapsed.
CLIC Sargent has paid tribute to its founder, Bristolian Bob Woodward, who died on 20 January 2019, aged 85.
Artwork from young artists across the UK, who have all experienced cancer, is to be showcased at three special events, hosted by CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, to mark World Cancer Day.
CLIC Sargent comments on news about the NHS Long-term plan for the next 10 years